Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear has announced a $386 million investment in high-speed web infrastructure across the state. The investment is part of his administration’s ambitious plan to expand internet access and bridge the digital divide in Kentucky. The investment will go toward expanding broadband access in the state’s more rural and underserved areas, which currently have limited or no access to the internet. It also includes funds for developing new fiber networks in some communities and expanding existing ones in others. The investment is expected to create jobs and spur economic development in areas that traditionally lack economic opportunity.
There is no longer any dispute that former Vice President Joe Biden lied about never talking business with his son, Hunter, according to a Republican lawmaker. Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) recently tweeted his criticism of Biden’s comments saying, “There’s no longer any dispute: Joe Biden lied when he said he ‘never’ talked business with Hunter.” […]
As part of FOX News’ lead up to the first debate of the 2020 election cycle, anchor Bret Baier spoke with Wisconsin voters to get their perspectives on the issues and candidates. Baier, based in Milwaukee, reported on the conversations, which highlighted the diversity of Wisconsin’s electorate. In particular, Baier spoke with members of America’s […]
The practice of voting in high schools first started in 1972 with the passing of Title III of The Voting Rights Act. The act was passed to correct the systemic disenfranchisement of black voters in the South, in part by removing impediments such as literacy tests and poll taxes. One of the main tools that […]